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Midi Health, a virtual care clinic specializing in women’s midlife hormonal transitions, has announced a collaboration with Keck Medicine of USC. This partnership aims to provide expert, specialized care and personalized care plans for women navigating perimenopause and menopause in the Los Angeles area.

Hormonal changes during menopause can cause significant symptoms for millions of American women. Unfortunately, 75% of those who seek care do not receive the necessary advice and treatment. To address this issue, Keck Medicine of USC is collaborating with Midi Health to extend its care to women experiencing perimenopause and menopause symptoms. Midi Health’s virtual clinic will support patients by maintaining a connection to Keck Medicine-affiliated physicians, ensuring continuous, specialized care.

“We know there is a great need for expanded access to specialized perimenopause and menopause care for women, and we look forward to working with Midi Health to deliver customized care plans that address women’s unique health needs at this stage of life,” said Smitha Ravipudi, MPH, CEO of USC Care and Keck Medicine of USC ambulatory services.

New patients can access care directly through Midi Health’s website or via referrals from their Keck Medicine physicians.

“We are excited to collaborate with Keck Medicine of USC as we work to address the unmet needs of millions of women who experience symptoms of menopause,” said Midi Health CEO and co-founder Joanna Strober. “This program gives women access to the care they deserve, at a crucial stage in their lives.”

Midi Health is dedicated to women navigating midlife hormonal transitions. Their treatment protocols, designed by experts in perimenopause and menopause, are delivered by a team of clinicians trained in women’s midlife health. Midi patients receive personalized care plans tailored to their unique symptoms and health history. Treatments include hormonal and non-hormonal medications, supplements, lifestyle coaching, and preventative health guidance. All services are covered by insurance and accessible through telehealth visits.

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